PAUL Hurst came through Saturday's victory against Dartford with no new injury concerns and is set to name the same side to face Braintree Town on Tuesday night.
Scott Brown is the only absentee for the trip to Cressing Road, with the former Southport player sidelined with a ankle ligament injury. Scott is making good progress under the watchful eye of Town physio Dave Moore. The Town management don't see the midfield player being available for the next two games, but are hopeful that he may be fit to play some part in the forthcoming Vanarama Conference League games against Altrincham or Kidderminster.
Loanee Harry Pell will be going home on Tuesday night when the Mariners travel to Essex, and he will be backed by his family on the night. "I'm looking forward to that," Harry said. "It gives my family a chance to come and see Grimsby play and see what they are all about as well.
"They are a big footballing family and they will be there cheering me on," Harry added.
The in-form Nathan Arnold looks set to continue in the Mariners' attack alongside Lenell John- Lewis. Lenny's goal against the Darts sends him into double figures in the scoring charts.